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Valuation and Advisory services for

Ports and Shipyards


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Gesvalt offers services for Ports and Shipyards

Within our Advisory services for the naval industry we offer advice as an independent expert through valuations under different scenarios.

We advise Port Authorities, Concession Holders and ShipBuilding & Repair Yards.

We value administrative concessions under the current circumstances and determine their value under a concession transfer scenario.

We have assisted in the valuation of the concessions granted to different companies at the time of requesting the extension of its original term, based on the 10th Transitional Provision of the Ports and Merchant Marine Act (Valuation of the concession according to RDL 8/2014).

We conduct industrial valuations in refinancing operations.

We advise companies to improve the conditions in their property damage policy, helping identify and prevent potential impacts on the property damage coverage derived from possible underinsurance.

Gesvalt’s role is also essential in sale and purchase processes. The opinion of an independent third party may serve as a basis for negotiation. It is important to precisely define the scenario in which the valuation is conducted.

Services offered to Ports and Shipyards


  • Mortgage loan collateral.
  • Advisory in sale & purchase transactions / Market Value.
  • Valuations for litigation purposes.
  • Valuations from previous years.


Financing: International financial institutions use RICS reports to estimate the value of the collateral. Likewise, some Spanish financial institutions admit RICS reports since these provide an additional view of the real estate assets as a complement to ECO appraisal.

Determination of value in sales and acquisitions: sale and purchase, corporate and lease transactions. Having the information required throughout the sale and purchase process. Knowledge of the potential risks of the purchase and the factors that affect the final value of your property.

Valuation for accounting, legal and tax purposes: Support of the Fair Value reflected in the company’s accounts. Depreciation and amortization. Follow-up on the change in the value of assets.

Portfolio valuation and Due Diligence: Knowledge of the Market Value of the property, the current market situation and trend. Financial projections. Different scenarios depending on the strategy and financial impact.


Valuation of Intangibles:

  • Valuation of real rights: concessions, surface rights, licenses, purchase options, easements for:
    • Corporate Transactions.
    • Financing processes.
    • Legal conflicts.


Physical inventory and valuation of tangible assets:

  • Buildings and maritime infrastructures.
  • Machinery.
  • Mechanical equipment.
  • Ancillary services (electric power, compressed air, HVAC, etc).

Floor-to-book reconciliations and asset management

Impairment tests

Asset valuations for:

  • Refinancing/collateral.
  • Determination of sums insured in property insurance.
  • Sale and purchase in corporate transactions.
  • Business combination processes (PPA).
  • Analysis of useful lives/Asset depreciation policies.
  • Audits.
  • Accidents.
  • Public aid justification.



  • Valuation of port and airport real estate assets.
  • Real estate advisory related to the marketing and optimization of port and airport real estate assets.
  • Inventory and valuation of port real estate assets and commercial strategy in port Logistics Activity Zones (ZAL).


Energy Audits involve the inspection, study and analysis of energy flows in a building, process or system, while Energy Certifications provide information on energy consumption and emissions, allowing to measure energy savings in terms of consumption:

  • They both arise from two national Royal Decrees, by transposition of European Directives.
  • Energy Certifications are generally mandatory for all buildings (there are exceptions).
  • Energy Audits are mandatory for large companies, as defined by the EU.
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